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2014-2015 Archives

Sports Update: TGS Women’s Basketball Impresses

Women’s basketball started January with a prominent record and lots of success.

Going into the last week of January with a high seed in the section, fighting for a bye …
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Next Year’s Daily Schedule Remains Under Construction

After much discussion and speculation, next year’s daily schedule remains unfinished business for The Gregory School administration. No changes have been finalized yet, and even announced ones are still …
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New Media Platform Gives Professional Athletes a Voice

Recently, many athletes have turned against the press and media that follow their careers constantly. However, in an effort to re-address the problem, some athletes are adopting a different …
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Are 1-to-1 Laptops done for at The Gregory School?

In the year 2010, then-Head of School, Mr. Jonathan Martin, started a One-to-One laptop program at The Gregory School (then St. Gregory). The hope was that students would have …
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Editor-in-Chief Chloé Durand Says Goodbye to The Chant

It has been a long and tumultuous journey, but the end of my journalism experience with The Gregorian Chant is very near. As a senior and editor-in-chief, it is …
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Set the Bar Higher for Extracurricular Activities

Academics have always been a priority at The Gregory School, while the athletic and extracurricular programs also offered at the school normally take second place.

However,  the current …
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Amid Team Changes, Results Keep Coming for Golf

While TGS baseball players were understandably disappointed after the remainder of their season was cancelled, the golf team saw it as a silver lining. Coach Jim Carlson saw his …
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Yes, Athletes Should Use Their Influence on Politics

Politics are considered a somewhat taboo topic in American pop culture, and yet those two things have overlapped throughout history. A large part of the modern person’s identity is …
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Evolution of Women’s Athletic Uniforms

In the early 1900s women emerged in the world of sports especially in tennis and golf. They started out with only their ankles barely showing, corsets, long sleeves, and …
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No, Athletes Should Not Use Their Influence on Politics

We currently live in a world where you can reach every person you know through some form of social media. Whether it is Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, opinions and …
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Songs of Summer

Videos may contain explicit content. Viewer discretion is advised.

Shamir – “On the Regular”

The almost comedic anthem of self-confidence by 20-year old artist Shamir is a …
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Jay-Z’s Tidal Makes Waves

Streaming music has become very popular these days and has revolutionized the music industry. It all started in 2005 when YouTube, a video site, came along. YouTube allowed the …
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Are Class Sizes Too Small at The Gregory School?

Class sizes at The Gregory School seem to be shrinking. Little by little, enrollment numbers have declined and the proper size continues to be debated.

Most people …
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Chant Staff Bids Farewell to Senior Editors
3 years ago

Chant Staff Bids Farewell to Senior Editors

First and foremost, thank you to every member of The Gregorian Chant for their contributions this year to produce a newspaper that we are all very proud of. As …
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Gregory School Fabrication Lab to Become First in Arizona

Head of School Dr. Julie Sherrill and physics teacher Mr. Dennis Conner have been working to establish a new design lab on campus over the past few months.

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Free Block vs. Study Hall: The Debate Continues

Free blocks or study halls? The age-old debate continues at The Gregory School as to whether or not students should be forced into supervised study halls or if they …
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Baseball Forced to Abandon Team Mid-Season

Baseball became the fifth Gregory School sport to be cut this year. Girls golf and girls basketball were both absorbed into the boys teams while girls softball was cancelled …
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Track Working Hard to Overcome Size Disadvantage

Despite having a small team, track performed exceptionally well at the sectional meet on April 28. Junior Moritz Gloesslein led the boys along with seniors Robert “RJ” Prudic and …
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New Student Body President Appointed

Mid-March, Junior Karam Katariya was appointed Upper School Student Council President after the departure of previous President senior Riley Matulewic.

Last May, Katariya was elected Vice President to …
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Golf Goes for the Green
3 years ago

Golf Goes for the Green

With the new coed group, golf is eager to qualify for the State Tournament. The golf team began practicing in early February with many of the same players as …
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Baseball Hits it Out of the Park

Baseball at The Gregory School is off to an optimistic start. With a second year coach and new players, things are looking good this year. The team is lead …
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Track Team Transforms this Season
3 years ago

Track Team Transforms this Season

Track kicked off another season on March. This year there are a total of fifteen participants with runners represented from each grade. The team is participating in the 100, …
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Tennis Continues to Triumph

The TGS tennis team has gone to state tournaments more than any other sport at The Gregory School. According to Coach Mark Swenson, Coach of the Hawk’s Tennis Team …
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Math Lab Would Benefit School Community

I’m just going to come right out and say it: I’m horrible at math.

I’m not even sure when I started to be bad, or if I had …
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Sports Funding at The Gregory School: Then and Now

Despite a strong emphasis on academic endeavors, The Gregory School had always been able to provide its athletes with a fantastic experience. From purchasing new uniforms and equipment consistently …
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Doug Ducey Makes Waves as Arizona’s New Governor

Only three months into his tenure, Arizona’s new governor Doug Ducey has already left his mark and established himself as a force not to be reckoned with.

Ducey’s …
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